Why Consign with Mosing Motorcars?
Selling your car can be an intensive endeavor. Dealing with phone calls, e-mails, viewing appointments, and (for serious buyers) test drives. Getting the right photos, the right description, and finding the right place to list the car for the right eyes to see it takes time, effort, knowledge and skill. And although we know that most of our customers are discerning auto citizens, sometimes you may not want to or be able to handle the logistics on the sale of your car. We specialize in it and do it every day. We can make the process easy and effective for you.
We are particular about the quality and types of vehicles we take, but if your car can make the cut, then we would love to have it on our showroom and get it in the hands of the right buyer.
We pride ourselves in open, honest communication with both buyers and sellers, and we want to represent and sell your vehicle on your terms and with all the pride and history that should be carried with a great automobile.
Schedule of Fees & Commissions
Fees: Mosing Motorcars charges a $200/mo. fee for warehouse storage and advertising costs or $300/mo. for featured showroom space and advertising costs during the consignment contract period.
Commissions: Mosing Motorcars is dedicated to making the most of your consignment experience with us. As it often requires the same amount of time and effort to sell a vehicle, regardless of asking price, our commission percentages are tiered accordingly.
Any vehicle up to $100,000 – 5%
$100,000 and above – 7%
Additional Information & Documentation
Part of what we love to do at Mosing Motorcars is tell your car’s story. Many times the difference between a great car and a remarkable vehicle are the stories of the owners behind the car, and what they’ve been through with the vehicle.
The more we know about your car and it’s history, the better we can tell that story. So if you have any previous documentation, we want it! Of course this includes receipts and details of restoration work. But it also includes anecdotes about the car, how it was “rescued”, who has owned it, and where it has driven/raced/worked/lived and/or played. If you think it might be interesting, please tell us!
Please give us a call, drop us an e-mail, or swing by the showroom to talk with us about consigning your vehicle.
You can download a copy of our consignment agreement by clicking on the link below
Mosing Motorcars Consignment Form
We are always on the prowl for new additions to our showroom and hard-to-find and special vehicles for our concierge customers. If you are in the process of selling your car, and think we might be the right buyer for you, please contact us.
And if your car is one of the select few that show up on our wanted vehicles list, by all means, we would be thrilled to hear from you.
We are very selective about the vehicles we buy outright. If you have a vehicle that is in excellent to pristine condition (#s 1 or 2 on a six point scale), we would love to speak with you about any of the following.
Acura – NSX (1997-2005, MT)
Alfa Romeo – Duetto or GTV (1967-1972)
BMW – E30 M3 (1985-1992), E46 M3 (2001-06, low miles, MT), Z8 (1999-2003, MT)
Buick – Riviera GS (1965)
Chevrolet – K5 Blazer (1968-1972)
GMC – Jimmy (1968-1972)
Honda – S2000 (AP1 or AP2, low miles, factory original)
Lotus – Elan Convertibles (S1-4)
Mazda – RX-7 (FD, 1993-95, low miles, factory), RX-7 (SA/FB – 1979-85, low miles, preference for ’79 models or the ’84 GSL-SE)
Mini – Cooper S Coupe, late models, MT
Porsche – 2009 Cayman S, MT, Chrono